This master programme also aims to develop skills in media, strengthening not only students´ acquired knowledge during the first-cycle of studies, but also the discussion of different knowledge between teams of work, which are constituted in course units and workshops. Taking part of a master programme with this configuration is the most adequate choice regarding the development of dissertations, specialization and research of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary projects, since the teaching staff is composed by professors of the five faculties.
*Multimedia Communication Technologies
*Multimedia Laboratory I
*Research Methodologies and Project Management
*Dissertation (research path)
*Project (professional path)
Please note: to apply for a cycle of studies conferring a Master's degree applicants must be holders of a Bachelor's degree or legal equivalent; holders of a foreign Higher Education degree conferred after a first cycle of studies structured in accordance with the Bologna Process; holders of a foreign Higher Education degree that is recognized as meeting the objectives of a Bachelor's degree by the scientific committee or those with an academic, scientific or professional curriculum recognized as attesting to their ability to attend this cycle of studies.
For applying to this study programme the following documents are mandatory:
· Graduation Certificate from a higher education programme
· Certificate listing all the Higher Education courses completed, their duration (semester/year) and number of credit units/ECTS (required); If you cannot obtain a certificate containing this information, you should add a list of courses completed, providing the information requested.
· Curriculum vitae
· Multimedia Project proposal
· Recommendation Letters
No work experience is required.
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